Clark Township

Holmes County, Clark TownshipClark Township, formerly known as German Township, was established shortly after the formation of Holmes County in 1825. It includes the villages of Charm and Farmerstown. Some of the earliest settlers were Michael Domer, Jacob Krieger, David Krieger, Thomas Bickel, and William Farver as well as the Deetz, Luke, Shutt, Shaffer, Fisher, Smith, Snyder, Funk, Sheneman, and Conrad families.

More information about Clark Township can be found on pages 183 in the book “Holmes County Ohio to 1985″ (c) 1985 by the Holmes County History Book Committee. The book is located in the Local History and Genealogy Room at the Central Library in Millersburg.

Clark Township Cemeteries

2 Responses to Clark Township

  1. Gail Emrie says:

    I am a descendant of a Christ Yoder who died in 1855 in Holmes County, Ohio. I am wondering if the Christ Yoder Farm Cemetery is associated with him. He had sons by the names of: Yost, Jonathan, John, Jacob, and four daughters.

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